Enrichment Courses - Crash Courses for Optional Subjects

by Vajiram & Ravi

Enrichment Courses - Crash Courses for Optional Subjects

Geography Optional Enrichment Course

5 months Crash course for Mains Preparation

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PSIR Optional Enrichment Course

5 months Crash course for Mains Preparation

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Sociology Optional Enrichment Course

5 months Crash course for Mains Preparation

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Mathematics Optional Enrichment Course

5 months Crash course for Mains Preparation

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History Optional Enrichment Course

5 months Crash course for Mains Preparation

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Anthropology Optional Enrichment Course

5 months Crash course for Mains Preparation

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To clear the UPSC CSE Mains, aspirants are required to have a strong foundation with current updates along with answer writing skills in the Optional subjects along with general studies papers. Optional subjects are critical as they facilitate high scores. As such the optional subjects need value addition to conceptual understanding, multiple revisions, and the correct set of skills to address the demand of the questions in the Main Exam.

Vajiram and Ravi with decades of experience in training aspirants for civil services examination has come up with Enrich Programme for Optional subjects which aims to provide the requisite guidance and handholding to aspirants to prepare their optionals most qualitatively.

Features:

  • Value addition classes for conceptual enrichment of the subject. Students who are done with a basic reading of their optional either by self-study or any assistance need additional content to further sharpen their knowledge of the subject. This program intends to aid the students with 2 classes a week, giving them sufficient time to revise and better their understanding of the subject.

  • Writing Assignments / Tests based on classes. The program provides a rational system of assessment for students to gauge their preparation. It focuses on the weekly attainment of knowledge and its application in answer writing.

  • Course design based on Previous Year Questions and current trends of the UPSC Main Examinations as optional subjects are research-based and most of the questions are from the critical areas of the subjects which have essentially alignment with past year questions.

  • Answer writing practice is ingrained in the classes itself as ultimately the final intention of the program is to facilitate the right skills to cater to the demand of the question in the final exam.

  • Supporting study material and handouts created by the faculty for better understanding. They are also instrumental in the quick revision of the subjects.

  • Personalized handholding and guidance to cater to the personal requirements of the students. Optional understanding is directly proportional to the amount of dedication provided to the subjects. Here a support system in form of faculties is the best that one can get.